We will always support and encourage our community who produce videos using content from our games. We love seeing what players are doing with our games, and that love extends to all the unique, entertaining and original content that they produce too.
In lieu of this, Chaos Theory Games grants to any third party a personal, non-exclusive and non-transferable permission to use and display our game content to create derivative works under, subject to a few conditions.
Firstly, the game in question must be featured in the ‘Our Projects’ page as one of our own, not one of our clients. The permission outlined here only applies to games that we have published ourselves. If you would like to produce work for a game we have developed for a client, email us instead.
Secondly, the use of our content in your videos must be for non-commercial use. This means you cannot charge your audience a fee to view or access your videos, or sell or license your videos to others for payment of any kind without specific written permission from us to do so. The video must not have access restricted to particular geographical regions, too.
This does not limit you from running ads or other streams of revenue generation that don’t interfere with the viewer’s access to the video, such as YouTube’s ad partner program. You can also display a sponsor’s logo, but please keep their mentions to a reasonable length and make it clear that they are acting as a sponsor only.
Please respect other content creators by not including their work in your video without their written consent, or agreeing to their terms and conditions separately.
We reserve the right to change or cancel this permission at any time.
Yes, so long as it can be viewed free of charge and is not region-locked in any way.
Yes, so long as it is bound by the terms of fair use. Basically, your work should not appear to be an official product of Chaos Theory Games.
It depends on the game.
Some of our musical content is licensed by the creator instead of the company, but are generally happy for you to use their work.
Please email us to receive a written confirmation if you want to use a game’s music in your video.
You’ve got to respect the copyright of other creators as well as our own.
Usually there is a clear license included with each work. If there isn’t, you may not be allowed to use it. Contact the creator directly if you want to use their content in your video.
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